Two GOP Senators, Chuck Grassley, and John Cornyn are signaling that they are open to passing an immigration bill that could grant amnesty to between 11 and 22 million illegals, making them all eligible for government giveaways.
It would also assure Democratic presidents for as far as the eye can see.
The Hill reports:
“I think that would be a good thing to do,” Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said about the potential to do immigration next year. [Emphasis added]
“The challenge is you’ve got to get the votes, but that to me is one of my biggest disappointments in my time in the Senate, our inability to get that done,” Cornyn said, adding that he would “try to be part of that effort” if the topic comes back up. [Emphasis added]
Grassley said an agreement would have to lie in the middle of the Democrat’s open border policy and Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration.
What middle ground? Either you grant amnesty or you don’t.
The Democrats want to legalize all illegal aliens and to make up for it they would be willing to deport the 71 million who voted for Trump.
“It’s kind of a case of the extreme points of view — like people who think we can load up 12 million people and get them out of the country; if they want to do that, they can’t be a part of it. And for the people who want people to be citizens yesterday, they can’t be a part of it.”
So, do we start allowing bank robbers to keep the money they steal? When did we start rewarding people for breaking our laws? And once we start, where does it end? Are you aware that Social Security considers not speaking English to be a disability? Our SWS fund could be depleted in just a couple of years.
Days after the November 3 presidential election, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was met with sharp criticism from immigration reform organizations and grassroots conservatives for suggesting that the GOP could reach a “common ground” with Biden on some form of amnesty.
Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson called out Graham in a segment, saying that the newly reelected senator “would be happy to sell out his voters with an amnesty deal, like within hours of the election.”
Currently, there about 24.5 million Americans are either jobless or underemployed but all want full-time jobs. Those unemployed are forced to compete in the labor market by an endless stream of foreign workers who secure visas and green cards which rack up to more than 2.5 million admissions every year.
Exit polling that took place during the November 3rd election found that 75% of voters favored less immigration. Republicans are standing in line to oppose their base.